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YUASA YBX 9096 AGM Car Battery 70ah 760cca - 4 Year Warranty £120.62 with code at gsfcarparts
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YUASA YBX 9096 AGM Car Battery 70ah 760cca - 4 Year Warranty £120.62 with code at gsfcarparts

£120.62£143.9516%GSF Car Parts Deals
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Posted 17th Oct 2019

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I needed AGM (start stop) battery for my car and after looking around I found this to be cheapest from reputable supplier. Comes with 4 year warranty. You can buy them off eBay for less but i don't trust eBay for car batteries. There's code on website if it's not applied already click on it and price should drop to one stated above.
Remember you need same power battery to replace AGM and don't forget to reset with battery tool or cars charging system will cook it in very short time by overcharging.
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Recovery guy told me this brand is good but no personal experience can vouch for Tanya batteries though

tayna.co.uk/car…27/
Edited by: "Zameen" 17th Oct 2019
Its not from tayna batteries. Its from gsf. They have around 60 stores nationwide.
Cashback available through tcb I think.
Euro car parts wanted £220 for AGM battery so this was really good price. Not sure why people voting cold but hey do I care?
Its all yours. Heat it or freeze it
Edited by: "umar88" 17th Oct 2019
Zameen17/10/2019 10:00

Recovery guy told me this brand is good but no personal experience can …Recovery guy told me this brand is good but no personal experience can vouch for Tanya batteries thoughhttps://www.tayna.co.uk/car-batteries/yuasa/ybx9027/


Excellent service from Tayna batteries.
Zameen17/10/2019 10:00

Recovery guy told me this brand is good but no personal experience can …Recovery guy told me this brand is good but no personal experience can vouch for Tanya batteries thoughhttps://www.tayna.co.uk/car-batteries/yuasa/ybx9027/


This isn't same as one I posted. This is less powerful and less CCA
Anyone found it cheaper anywhere?
I would like to know as I need one.
umar8817/10/2019 12:08

Anyone found it cheaper anywhere?I would like to know as I need one.


Exide for £90.39 at ebay with code ebay.co.uk/itm…184 Yuasa is probably a better brand though, and has better warranty.

Sites like GSF and EuroCarParts selling at silly prices unless you use one of their millions of discount codes is very annoying.
Edited by: "anewman" 17th Oct 2019
I read a lot about exide and some people say they not starter batteries. Can't find alot of info on Exide website either.
I think it's best to be safe than sorry. I've had good experiences with Exide's normal batteries but AGM are bit different. Yuasa or varta are leaders of AGM technology.
Yuasa are good - AGM batteries are expensive and this is a good price.
After my extensive research I do think it's good price and I just bought it. People can vote however they please but it would be nice to actually point out cheaper deal.
whats this about battery reset tool? overcharging? please explain
Great battery make
umar8817/10/2019 12:37

I read a lot about exide and some people say they not starter batteries. …I read a lot about exide and some people say they not starter batteries. Can't find alot of info on Exide website either. I think it's best to be safe than sorry. I've had good experiences with Exide's normal batteries but AGM are bit different. Yuasa or varta are leaders of AGM technology.


Regarding starter batteries, Anything with the correct rated CCA and over, will generally be fine. As for the bettery tech, stick with what the manufacturer recommends.

Or go to euro car parts, enter your reg number and it should provide recommendations. You can extrapolate your battery type and requirements from that. You can then buy from wherever you deem fit.
195118/10/2019 07:48

whats this about battery reset tool? overcharging? please explain


Cars with start stop technology are fitted with battery monitoring system which monitors health of battery and only charges it when it needs charging. When you change battery you have to register it using advanced diagnostic computer. Otherwise system would think it's old battery and will kill its life by overcharging. It will still work but battery life would be significantly reduced. AGM batteries can be damaged very easily by over charging. Never use standard charger on AGM battery. They even sit in separate compartment away from engine as they don't like heat.
polarbaba18/10/2019 09:01

Regarding starter batteries, Anything with the correct rated CCA and over, …Regarding starter batteries, Anything with the correct rated CCA and over, will generally be fine. As for the bettery tech, stick with what the manufacturer recommends.Or go to euro car parts, enter your reg number and it should provide recommendations. You can extrapolate your battery type and requirements from that. You can then buy from wherever you deem fit.


I did check with Euro car parts and they gave me trade price of around £220.
In theory correct ah and CCA should work fine but starter batteries can provide higher number of starts and auxiliary batteries are only designed to power other things.
Edited by: "umar88" 18th Oct 2019
umar8818/10/2019 09:13

I did check with Euro car parts and they gave me trade price of around …I did check with Euro car parts and they gave me trade price of around £220.In theory correct ah and CCA should work fine but starter batteries can provide higher number of starts and auxiliary batteries are only designed to power other things.


It's AGM batteries for you then! Depends how much you stop and start. For most it wouldn't make a difference. If you're in London then yes it would make some difference. But batteries are good, they usually don't die a quick death, you'll know it's on the way out and have time to change it .
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